Education Archive

Jeanne Carey Ingle, Bridgewater State University – “I Was Never Prepared for This”: Teaching in the Time of COVID-19

Teachers face an uncertain future in the face of COVID-19. Jeanne Carey Ingle, associate professor in

Johann Neem, Western Washington University – Higher Education Meta-Vocabularies

Are those in higher education talking the same language? Johann Neem, professor in the department of

Katrina Hoop, Saint Joseph’s College – The Sociological Imagination, Students’ Lives-As-Text, and Teaching During a Pandemic

COVID-19 is an invitation to think more sociologically. Katrina Hoop, associate professor of sociology at St.

Matthew Boedy, University of North Georgia – Student Reactions to Kent State and COVID-19

Higher education will look different after COVID-19. Matthew Boedy, assistant professor of rhetoric and composition at

John Donnellan, New Jersey City University – ARC Model for Higher Education

How does higher education evolve after COVID-19? John Donnellan, associate professor in the management department at

Cinzia Pica-Smith, Assumption University – Interracial Friendships

The flow of migrants into southern Europe has made classrooms more diverse. Cinzia Pica-Smith, associate professor

Tiffany Cresswell-Yeager, Gwynedd Mercy University – College Choice Among First-Generation College Students

Many factors can influence the choice of attending a higher-learning institution. Tiffany Cresswell-Yeager, assistant professor of

Dayna DeFeo, University of Alaska Anchorage – Teacher Shortage

Why is there a teacher shortage? Dayna DeFeo, research assistant professor at the University of Alaska

Tabbye Chavous, University of Michigan – Higher Education Responses to COVID-19, Black Students and Campus Racial Climates

On University of Michigan Week: Higher education institutional responses to COVID-19 may exacerbate education inequalities for

Leah Horton, University of Central Arkansas – Applying Mixed Methods Community-Based Participatory Research to Global Service-Learning

On University of Central Arkansas Week:  Service-learning can benefit marginalized communities. Leah Horton, Lecturer II of